"The Design Process, Autism and Animals"
My summer filled with concerts, beaches and staying up late binge watching Netflix has come to an end, and it is that time of the year again…back to school! I arrived in Ames last weekend, after a three-day journey from Los Angeles with my cat, Maddy.
"Resilient Professionals: Self-Care in Veterinary Medicine"
College of Veterinary Medicine
For my Cardiology Service clinical rotation, we were asked to read five journal articles. Five. FIVE!?
If I had been asked to write this before my senior year, I would have said I was terrified of eyeballs. They were these mystical, fragile blobbies that are essential to both animals for sight and owners for connecting to their pets. The stress borne of the consequences if you 'mess those up' was hugely heavy to me: eyeballs were tiny face booby-traps waiting to explode (literally!), and I did not want to risk getting close to them. So, when I prepared to brave my Ophthalmology Service clinical rotation, I wished with all my wishing power… to not puke.
Tracking Dangerous Pathogens – Molecular Epidemiology in the Age of Genomics
A Comparative Approach to Metastasis Biology and Therapy
Chand Khanna, DVM, PhD